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to economic assistance, in particular to egypt has declined rather sharply over the last two years. we don't have it on this graph, but the same pattern only more so with respect to economic assistance to pakistan and ghanistan. support for economic assistance to israel and military assistance to israel remains pretty stable. and finally let me turn to asia. we're going to see momentarily that americans now really are beginning to be fully focused on asia as a region, the region of rising importance to the united states. they see the rise of asia. they're comfortable with the rise of asia. they see chinese economic growth as both an opportunity and challenge. they're comfortable with the u.s. military role and presence in asia, unlike their discomfort, very deep discomfort, with u.s. military involvement at this point in the middle east. and they look to south korea and japan as our key allies in the region to help us achieve our goals. so for the first time in the chicago council surveys since 1994 since when we began asking this question, a majority, a very slight majority of americans s
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